Friday, March 2, 2012

Insect Lore Life Cycle Matching Activities and Control Cards

 Now that I have finished all of the Insect Lore Life Cycle Matching Activities that I am going to create, I want a post where all of them can be found together.  I have updated these cards and fixed a couple mistakes.

In this collection you will find the following Life Stages Matching Cards:

  • Butterfly
  • Ladybug
  • Ant     (use of photos has been graciously granted by Alexander Wild @ alexanderwild.com for educational - no commercial - purposes only)
  • Frog
  • Preying Mantis
  • Silkworm Moth
  • NEW - Mealworm/Darkling Beetle
Insect Lore Life Cycle Matching Activity Cards - UPDATED
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Each of these files has been created to be used with the Insect Lore Life Stages Figures
Insect Lore Life Stages Figures

There is a space on each card for the matching figure to sit.  You can see an example of the Butterfly Matching Cards Laid out below.

I have also included this file of Control Cards for all of the Matching Cards
Control Cards - UPDATED
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Instructions for use:
  • Print both documents
  • Cut out all cards on the solid black lines
  • Laminate everything
  • Place an entire set - matching cards, figures, control card - in a tray with a basket or bowl for the figures

This shows an example of the work laid out:


Life Cycle of the Butterfly Matching Cards








5 comments:

  1. I love this set. Do you have plans to correct the spelling on praying mantis? I noticed you mention corrections, but it's still misspelled.

    I'm asking before I print--in case there is a correction in the works. :)

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  2. Fantastic! We have almost all of these and I was just sitting down to make works for them. Thanks for sharing and saving me the trouble!

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  3. I love these! If you ever have the time, an earthworm set would be fantastic! These are so beautifully done. Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Sorry, I just saw that you are done making more. I don't blame you, it could probably go on forever! Thanks!

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